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Taylor University, Upland, IN
Thursday, May 30, 2024
The Echo

Marco Aguirre

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CCO offers interview, career readiness

Are you unsure of what career you’re going into after Taylor? The Calling and Career Office (CCO), located in the Boren Campus Center, is an organization that connects students to internships and careers they may be interested in pursuing. Some of their other services include help building a resume, finding out one’s skill set and even exploring one’s interests to determine how they can help.

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Groeling: Stewardship of creation at TU

Taylor’s love for the environment is in the hands of this steward of creation. Starting at the end of last year, sophomore Josh Groeling became president of Stewards of Creation, a student-organized club that dedicates itself to promoting a love for God’s creation of the natural world and our calling to let it prosper.

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From the loop to the streets of Los Angeles

Over the Fall semester, a group of five Taylor students, including senior Aidan Merck, starred in their adventure abroad in the town of the silver screen. Merck is a film and media studies major who spent this past Fall studying abroad in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, to intern with two different documentary companies.

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Dykstra leads marathon class to finish

During the spring season, some people like to plant flowers, some like to hike in nature. Others aspire to run toward the finish line. Brandon Dykstra is the associate professor of kinesiology and the co-chair of the Kinesiology Department at Taylor University. He is also known for leading students in the famous marathon course each spring semester.

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Manuel spends fall across Pacific Ocean

Taylor’s study abroad program can take one from the north of Indiana to the south of Korea. Junior global studies major Kenedy Manuel spent the past fall semester studying abroad in Pohang, a city of approximately 500,000 people residing in the southeast corner of South Korea.

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